Chris Brown is back in the news with some less than flattering headlines. The R&B star seems to always find himself embroiled in some drama despite attempts to keep a low profile. While he’s most certainly experiencing a career high with the success of single “Go Crazy” and its various remixes, a recent report alludes to new issues bubbling up relating to a past housekeeper.
Today, Brown unleashed the video for the hotly anticipated remix to “Go Crazy” featuring Young Thug, Future, Lil Durk & Mulatto. Breezy announced the hot lineup back on February 16 and unveiled the cartoon cover art featuring all five hip-hop stars. “Let me show u how to bring the summer back,” he wrote. “Go Crazy” was the lead single from Chris Brown and Young Thug’s joint album Slime&B mixtape which dropped in May 2020.
The song broke the record for the longest stay in the top 10 of Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart, after it clocked a 32nd week in the tier on the list dated Feb. 6. And in the song’s 32nd week of being on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it finally reached the summit in December.
The song’s success was a nice win for Brown who caught some flack in February for doing a record with Tory Lanez. The two have a history of domestic violence against popular female acts. At the time Brown told fans to leave him out of others peoples drama. “Leave my f*****g name out of someone else’s situation,” he wrote in a post to his IG Stories.
While Tory’s drama didn’t concern him, a recent lawsuit filed against the singer by his housekeeper is certainly all his own. People Magazine reported that the woman, Patricia Avila, is suing Brown due to a dog attack against her and her sister while working on his Tarzana home back in December.
Via People; “A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court states that Patricia Avila and her sister Maria were cleaning Brown’s house on Dec. 12, 2020, when the attack occurred. Prior to that date, Brown’s dogs had been kept on another part of his property, where the housekeepers could not see them or interact with them, according to the lawsuit.”
The attack reportedly occurred in the backyard where Maria went to empty out a vacuum. The dog is a Caucasian shepherd, a breed which is also known as Caucasian ovcharka and can weigh anywhere from 110 to 200 lbs. Maria received damage to her face, eye, arm and leg and is currently suffering from emotion distress following the incident.
She “is reluctant to leave her home and cannot stop re-living the pain that she experienced as she watched her sister suffer through that horrendous attack that day.”
The amount they’re suing for is currently unknown.